Woman Arrested for Assault After Crashing Through Liquor Store
MEAWW recently reported on their website that a 58-year-old woman from Irving, Texas has been arrested on the charge of aggravated assault after she attempted to run over her partner with her car, crashing into a liquor store.
According to a statement released by the Irving Police Department, the entire incident seems to have resulted from a quarrel that Annie Williams had with her partner on June 25, 2021, at approximately 8:00 p.m.
The argument between the two lovers spilled out into the parking lot of Liquor Depot located along Belt Line Road in Dallas. At one point, Williams crashed her black Chrysler SUV into the store in an attempt to run the man over.
Williams then recklessly backed out of the demolished storefront into a group of pedestrians and other vehicles parked in the store’s lot. Williams left the scene of the incident. Police arrived a short time later to investigate the hit-and-run crash. The entire incident was captured on cellphone video by a witness and later posted to Twitter.
One woman who had been nearby was struck by Williams’s car and left with a broken ankle. She was taken to an area hospital, where she was treated and later released.
An Irving Police Sergeant later spotted Williams. The officer attempted to pull Williams over, but she refused to stop and led officers on a short chase. She was eventually apprehended and placed under arrest on the charge of assault with a deadly weapon, DUI, evading arrest, and other related charges.
The damages caused to the liquor store are estimated to be approximately $25,000.